Important Dates

4 April Learning Conversations
5 April Otago University Maths Competition
13 April Last Day of Term 1
1 May First day of Term 2
3 May Junior Parent Teacher Interviews
8 May Senior Parent Teacher Interviews
15 – 19 May Shakespeare Society Production
2 June Teacher Only Day



 Congratulations to the Junior Boys WHS 1 team who are the Division 2 Champions. The team was Felix Ayland, Cade Kelly, Jeshua Salamanca, Shea Fleming, Louis Cowan, Francis Orange, Willem Rodgers-Rowe
They won their final on Friday 24 March against Onslow College 6-5.

IYPT National Finals

Saturday was the IYPT National Final  in Christchurch with WHS Year 13 team.

At lunch time our team was in 5th place and by 5.30pm the WHS physics team had rocketed into second place with superb performances from all three students; Callum, Otis and Rose.  Well done!

Drama - Monologues

Year 13 Monologues

Year 13 students presented self-devised performances as the first part of their drama programme.
A wide range of characters appeared including Charlie Chaplin, Amelia Earhart, Johnny Depp and Joan of Arc.
Mirren Callaghan took the title character from “Alice in Wonderland” and had her meet with her real life inspiration, Alice Liddle. Hannah Koeck crash landed in
a field as Amelia Earhart, and Veronica Maughan questioned her faith as Joan of Arc.

Drama - Year 11 Play

Next week the Drama department presents two plays performed by Year 11 students. This will be a first public performance for many of the students.
“The Song of Bobby Zack” is a New Zealand play by Gary Henderson.  On New Year’s Day sixteen-year-old Bobby Zack is told she has exactly one year to live. She embarks on an incident-packed odyssey, resolving to have a dynamic and exciting year that will outweigh death.

“The Book of Everything”, based on the novel of the same name tells the story of Thomas Klopper aged nearly ten, and his struggle to cope with the real world and the world of his imagination. Students from the Theatre technology class have organised costumes and props for the two plays.  They are seen here putting together the large-scale Book of Everything.

The plays run from 3-6th April, tickets are $5/$10 from Student Services.